HOF Class of 2004

  • Mark Hesser - HOF Class of 2004
    Mark Hesser
    Scored 922 points in his three-year career in basketball for an average of 13.5. CHS had a 52-19 record and won two sectionals during the period in which he played. Also played football for three years.

    Kelly Cochrane - HOF Class of 2004
    Kelly Cochrane
    Kelly rates as one of the most outstanding football, baseball, and basketball players for CHS. He lettered in all three sports in his sophomore, junior, and senior years. Scored 874 pts. in his career in basketball for an average of 14.1. After graduation, he Played football at Miami University on a full scholarship. Played with the Houston Oilers in the NFL.

    Mike Walker - HOF Class of 2004
    Mike Walker
    A 2-year starter in basketball. Played on the 1958 team that went to the final game of the State. Also lettered in tennis 2 years.

    Jim Smith - HOF Class of 2004
    Jim Smith
    Won letters in football, basketball, and baseball during sophomore, junior and senior years. Scored the most touchdowns in football and hit the most home runs in baseball his senior year. The 1948 basketball team defeated Lafayette Jeff, the eventual State Champ and Terre Haute Garfield which featured Clyde Lovellette, who would later star in the NBA.

    Tolliver Kennedy - HOF Class of 2004
    Tolliver Kennedy
    Three year starter in basketball and four year starter in football. Scored over 450 points in basketball and 65 in football. Ran track one year. One of the greatest athletes in the first 50 years of Crawfordsville history.

    Don Lafollette - HOF Class of 2004
    Don Lafollette
    Don kept the scorebook for basketball for 20 years and was a faithful fan of the basketball, baseball and tennis teams for over 20 years.

    Courtney Whitehead - HOF Class of 2004
    Courtney Whitehead
    Lettered in football 4 years, basketball 3 years and baseball 4 years. He earned All-Conference honors in football and basketball his junior and senior seasons and was 2nd team All-Conference in basketball twice. Courtney finished his basketball career with 719 points for an 11.1 averege. He still ranks in the top five in school history in runs scored, hits, doubles, home runs, and runs batted in. The Athenian baseball team recorded 106 wins in Courtney's four year career.

    Maggie Gates (Sieler) - HOF Class of 2004
    Maggie Gates (Sieler)
    Maggie Gates Seller won 11 varsity letters at CHS. She played volleyball, basketball, and softball, earning All-Conference honors in volleyball and softball her senior season. She held the single season assist record of 78 for 11 years. Maggie Gates and Maggie Bryant led their basketball team to a 14-6 record their senior season, which ranks as the most wins in school history.

    Maggie Bryant (Wolcott) - HOF Class of 2004
    Maggie Bryant (Wolcott)
    Maggie Bryant Wolcott earned ten varsity letters in basketball, volleyball, and tennis while attending CHS. She held the single game scoring record of 35 points until 2002. Maggie ranks fourth on the all-time scoring list with 796 points. She still holds the single season field goal percentage record, hitting 48.8% of her shots in her senior season. Maggie was first team All-Conference her senior year in volleyball, basketball and tennis.

    Louise Ashbaugh (Bertaud) - HOF Class of 2004
    Louise Ashbaugh (Bertaud)
    Lettered in cross-country and track all four years. Was Most Valuable in country in 1983 and 1984. All-conference in track in 1985 and MVP in track in 1985. Won Sectional in cross-country in 1984 Lettered in cross-country and track all four years. Was Most Valuable in country in 1983 and 1984. All-conference in track in 1985 and MVP in track in 1985. Won Sectional in cross-country in 1984. Mental attitude award winner 1984.

    Tim Servies - HOF Class of 2004
    Tim Servies
    2 year letterman in football and 4 year letterman in wrestling. All-conference in wrestling in 1982-83 and 3rd in the State in 1983 at 167 pounds. Went on to Wabash College where he was a four year letterman in wrestling and was a 3 time NCAA qualifier, placing 4th in the NCAA Div. III in 1987 at 177 pounds.